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Flash Flood in Afghanistan

Flash floods killed at least 10 people and destroyed hundreds of houses in different parts of Kandahar Province, southern Afghanistan, on 7 February, according to the Afghan Red Crescent Society (A

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flash Flood in Afghanistan
Region: 
Kandahar Province
Occurance Date: 
07/02/2010

Flood in Mexico

A mudslide in central Mexico has killed at least 11 people after days of heavy rain that had already caused flooding and fatalities elsewhere in the country.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Mexico
Region: 
Mexico
Occurance Date: 
06/02/2010

Flood in Peru

Floods due to intensive rain caused infrastructure collapse in bridges over Urubamba river, damages in housing, loss of lives of lives, isolation of people and lost of crops.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Peru
Region: 
Peru
Occurance Date: 
28/01/2010

Flood in Bolivia

Severe floods were reported over Cochabamba, Potosi, Santa Cruz, Chuquisaca, La Paz, Oruro and Tarija . At least 9,000 families have been evacuated from their homes. 

Disaster Information
Name: 
Flood in Bolivia
Region: 
Bolivia
Occurance Date: 
26/01/2010

Flash Floods in Gaza

Many houses in the Wadi Gaza area, south of Gaza City have been flooded and many others are still in high risk.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods in Gaza
Region: 
Gaza
Occurance Date: 
21/01/2010
latitude: 
31.1017
longitude: 
35.416

Floods in Serbia Montenegro

Extreme rain falls that are happening in Montenegro, from December last year until January 10th 2010, caused serious material damage.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Serbia Montenegro
Occurance Date: 
25/12/2009

Flood in Bolivia

Heavy rains reported nationwide and attributed to the El Ni?o phenomenon has caused major floods in 6 departments: Cochabamba, Chuquisaca, Tarija, La Paz, Pando and Beni.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Bolivia
Occurance Date: 
08/01/2010

Flood in Tanzania

Several regions/areas of the mainland Tanzania are currently experiencing quite devastating floods following ongoing above normal heavy rains that have in some areas poured almost continuously sinc

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Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Tanzania, Uni Rep
Occurance Date: 
24/12/2009

Flood in Morocco

Floods caused by heavy rains have killed 05 people, injured 20, and left many thousands homeless in and around Moroccan town of Agadir on 24 December 2009.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Morocco
Occurance Date: 
24/12/2009

Flood in Albania

Currently, more than 1200 buildings/houses (some partially) and 9000ha farmland are flooded. So far, 730 families from the district of Shkodra have been evacuated from the flooded areas.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Floods
Region: 
Albania
Occurance Date: 
27/12/2009